(Closed) I gave him back the cross necklaceposted 6 years ago in Secular
- 6 years ago
@EmilyInIdaho: Wow. Just wow. I’m trying to decide if I’m surprised or not at how much you’re getting flamed. It sounded like you dealt with the situation the best way you knew how and are heartbroken over how much you hurt your SO. I never got the impression that you were trying to convert him by giving him the book, only help him understand why you felt you had to give it back and why praying for you makes you uncomfortable.
Maybe after you’ve had a conversation with him about how bad you feel, and by after I mean a good while, at some point you can say you understand what he meant by giving you the necklace and that you would love to have something that means the same that you would be more comfortable wearing. Now is really not the right time though.
Also, unless you want to be up all night responding to people calling you a crazy b***h, you should probably just close the thread.
Best of luck!
- 6 years ago
- Wedding: July 2011
@EmilyInIdaho: “Are you suggesting that he should dump me and go for her? That’s never going to happen because I sure as hell won’t let it”
I’m sure you wouldn’t because it is obvious that you are quite the control freak.
Yes. I think it would be wise of him to leave YOU if you are going to act like a hypocritical control freak. Which you are. You clearly have jealousy issues that I can tell from previous posts and you have a mighty ungrateful attitude towards someone who (don’t understand why) cares about you. You have the nerve to tell someone you apparently “love” not to pray for you which CLEARLY shows to him that you don’t respect his religious views. Why are you exempt from respecting his views but he is supposed to read up on your “atheism for dummies” book? You are being disrespectful to your fiance and your responses show that you either don’t take it seriously or think that you are somehow “owed” a new gift from him because “you’d like something meaningful”. I mean you seriously posted a POLL on if you should reconsider your relationship with a man who loves you with all his heart who just wanted to give you a gift/pray for you. The guy even apologized! And you go on the internet to ask if you should reconsider the relationship…yeah you need some maturing and quickly if you intend to keep your claws on this man. You don’t have to be christian but you do not get to tell someone not to pray for you and claim you respect/understand his beliefs.
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